labyrinthal

labyrinthal

(ˌlæbəˈrɪnθəl)
adj
rare another word for labyrinthine
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Laing's description of the schizoid labyrinthal defence mechanism or Winnicott's concept of the false self, which can be connected to Coetzee's work in general.
The infamous lover tells his labyrinthal tales of deflowering to a failed businessman who's now an innkeeper and chef.
in the literal sense of "nature" and in its functional Arabic equivalents of tabi ah, tiba and tab, has accumulated complex, diverse, even mutually incompatible meanings in its long journey through the labyrinthal history of Islamic scientific, philosophical, and theological thought.